I still believe the deal is.
Tatum, Williams, Yabusele, Semi, Sac Pick, Memphis Pick, Boston 2019 Second, Boston 2020 first.
That adds up to
7.83 - Tatum
3.11 - Yabuselle
1.61 - Semi
1.94 - Williams
2.89 - Sac Pick
2.16 - LAC Pick
3.46 - Cash sent
23 Million outgoing Salary
27,093,018 - Davis Salary
Trade meets CBA rules.
Tatum - potential superstar and a GREAT pairing for Zion and Jrue. they add a young defensive Center with crazy athleticism and motor. (Lob city part 2)
Add a couple young cheap bench players
Add an unprotected pick to their own picks moving forwards.
Add in pick 14 from this draft.
Add in pick 20 in this draft
they go into next season (assuming no other re-signings or other signings and picks based on Tankathon mock draft)
They can always look to resign Randle as well (as they should) as Peyton and Johnson.
Team is very young with loads of talent/potential
I don't think that trade works. You'd have to sign those players to contracts in order to trade them. At that point you are not trading picks. Also, don't know about the cash.
I think Smart has to be included for a deal to work at all (unfortunately).
30 days after picks are made and signed at 120% they can be traded.
The cash is allowed up to (this past season at least) 5.3 million per season, per team that can be traded to make trades "balance" or as an asset.
Regarding the cash, you are wrong. Cash can accompany your players in a trade as a separate entity but does not count as salary in a trade. Teams can shell out and receive up to $5.1 million a year in a trade but it doesn`t count as salary. Per Larry Coon at cbafaq.com
98. Can cash be included as part of a trade package?
Players can be traded for cash, and cash can be included in trade packages. The amount of cash a team can pay or receive per season is limited to the "Maximum Annual Cash Limit," which is $5.1 million in 2017-18, with the amount in each subsequent season determined by applying the percentage change in the salary cap to the previous amount. For example, if the salary cap increases by 4% from 2017-18 to 2018-19, then the Maximum Annual Cash Limit will increase by 4% from 2017-18 to 2018-19.
2017-18 $5.1 million
2018-19 $5.243 million
There are two separate limits, one for the cash a team pays as part of trades each season, and the other for the cash a team receives as part of trades each season. For example, in 2017-18 a team may pay up to an aggregate $5.1 million in all trades it makes during the season, and it may receive up to an aggregate $5.1 million in all trades it makes during the season.
The cash applies to the current season's limit even if it changes hands in a future season. For example, suppose a team trades a draft pick that is top-20 protected this season, top-10 protected next season, and converts to $1 million cash if a pick is not conveyed by next season. $1 million is applied to the team's Maximum Annual Cash Limit for the current season.
Cash is NOT considered when matching salaries under the Traded Player exception. For example, a taxpaying team cannot add $3 million cash to a trade of their $5 million player in order to acquire a $10 million player.
In a sign-and-trade arrangement, if the contract contains a signing bonus, then any amount of this bonus paid by the signing team counts toward the team's Maximum Annual Cash Limit (see question number 92).
Also, earlier in the thread, someone mentioned getting KD in a S&T after signing Kyrie and trading for Davis. After that, it's very likely the team would be past the tax apron given increase in salary to Kyrie, an increase in salary between what Davis makes and what we send out in salary and all the cap holds. This makes that S&T problematic to nonsensical.
If over the apron, a S&T necessitates the team receiving the player that is over the apron complete the trade by being under the apron. Meaning, with Durant making $38.2 million we would need to send out enough salary to lower the team under the salary cap by most likely sending out more than just Hayward in a trade.
It means sending GSW salary over Durant's salary or doing multi team deal salary dumping players. Given what we would be giving up in the trades, that probably means dumping an important player.
And it restricts future trades because the team gets hard capped and must stay below that hard cap all year. The team also loses use of the MLE and BLE meaning the only option to sign a player is the vet min.
Ainge would never do that.